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additional missile defense systems were needed to be deployed for the protection of the united states, whether domestically or abroad, would the russian government be consulted or informed before that decision was made? >> well, first, i can't answer for the president. that would be a decision for the president to make. i suspect have to reinvolve around treaty obligations, and we have before with other issues might be. >> in mah, the government requested meetings to take ac regularly to discuss the european missile shield. any talks to take play, and if there are plans for such talks, do they include any nato allies as part of the discussions? >> again, senator, i don't know about those talks that would be in purview of the secretary of state in the white house. i have not been consulted on any talks or possibility of what you're talking about. >> okay. you're not certain of whether there have been talks, but to your knowledge, there have not? n't know of any conversations of what you suggested on talks. >> i see time expired, thank you very much, and thank you, mr. chairman. >> than
, but they still don't know who carried out the deadly bombings. >>> japan's self-defense force pilots scrambled a record number of times during the past year against chinese planes. the increase coincided with growing tensions over territory. >>> and our feature interview with aung san suu kyi. the myanmar opposition leader speaks about her willingness to cooperate with the military in her chances of one day becoming president. >>> welcome back to nhk world "newsline." investigators in the u.s. have been studying fragments found at the boston marathon bombings. twin explosions near the finish line on monday killed three people and wounded more than 170 others. police say whoever carried out the attack could have followed bomb making instructions on the internet. investigators recovered a mad piece of metal that's thought to have been part of a pressure cooker. they also retrieved a nail that's about one centimeter long. doctors say they have found what appears to be nails inside the victims. the investigators discovered a u.s.-made battery attached to two wires and a small circuit board. they'v
of defense, we talk about the post office and prepayments being made. there is one truism on both, o s the taxpayer is ultimately on the hook. yes. so it is not an issue is this just a quasi-government organization, both dod and you need prepayments. we're ultimately on the hook the taxpayer is. what concerns me in a time, admitted, mr. chairman your low liquidity. you're not really sure you can get down as low as two days later this year, at a time in which the discussions have been made and i have read about the board of governors and your role. you do believe you have a fiduciary duty in your role to the postal service and in your role, correct? >> mr. chairman, representative, yes. >> that means there's a trust. there's a trust with you and the board of governors not just strictly you but i believe with the postmaster general and others in this situation. what i keep hearing is, well we thought of and we're looking at that. we have a five-year plan that was many years ago. we have discussions that we want to do. we're exploring ideas. these are direct quotes from today, exploring h
of the defense intelligence agency spa capano current thfureat to the national securi. along with the national security agency, the national geospatial intelligence agency and the national reconnaissanceoffice and thinteencen etservices erts of the department of de that are also elements of the intelligence communy thatth direct clapper hits. director clapper while much of the information that you provide to policy makers in putting members of congress cannot be shared with the public because of its sensitivity and classification. the people who elected us to serve deserve the best information that we can publicly provide them. so we are glad that you and the general are with us this morning to do just that. among the challenges that we face is a self-inflicted wound, one with the fact that director clapper has rightly said amplify the other threats that we come from around the world that challenges the and prioritized cuts required by sequestration. this committee is interested in hearing from both of you today about the impact of the fy 2013 sequestration and the impact it's having on the in
challenges of the defense budget because this program is in some way singular some way singular in terms of its cost overrides, its delays and the way it's been structured to as i write in the peace it's most effective defense of attribute may not be all of its radars and sensors and missiles and stealth technology and ability to fly it synthesized speech. it might well be the way it was designed to avoid budget cutters in washington. >> now a hearing on the justice department's 2014 budget request. attorney general eric holder testified before how supra-patient subcommittee for a little more than two hours. be attorney general holder we welcome you to the committee and thank you for appearing. i'm going to hold my questions until the very end because members have to catch planes and go out of town but i will have an opening statement to cover questions and concerns that i have. let me address the bombing attack at the boston marathon on monday. we know the fbi and the joint terrorist task force batf and its forensic specialists in all the federal state and local authorities are working
. self-defense force pilots took to the air more than 300 times in the past year to respond to chinese activity, surpassing the number for russian planes for the first time. defense ministry officials say pilots made emergency take-offs against foreign aircraft approaching japanese air space 567 times from april 2012 to the end of march of this year. that's a 20-year high. the number of scrambles against chinese planes almost doubled from the previous fiscal year. they increased sharply after last september following the japanese government's move to nationalize the senkaku islands. a chinese government plane flew close to the islands last year, the first intrusion into japanese airspace since the sdf began keeping records. >> translator: at this point, i don't think china would make approaches that would turn into military conflicts with japan. >> but a former air self-defense force commander also says if japan softens its stance on territorial protection, china could become increasingly active. >>> south korean president park says enough is enough. she says it's time to stop the prac
with aircraft from china. self-defense force pilots took to the air more than 300 times in the past year to respond to chinese activity, surpassing the number for russian planes for the first time. defense ministry officials say pilots made emergency take-offs against foreign aircraft approaching japanese air space 567 times from april 2012 to the end of march of this year. that's a 20-year high. the number of scrambles against chinese planes almost doubled from the previous fisc year. they increased sharply after last september following the japanese government's move to nationalize the senkaku islands. a chinese government plane flew close to the islands last year, the first intrusion into japanese airspace since the sdf began keeping records. >> translator: at this point, i don't think china would make approaches that would turn into military conflicts with japan. >> but a former air self-defense force commander also says if japan softens its stance on territorial protection, china could become increasingly active. >>> south korean president park says enough is enough. she says it's t
korea's defense is trying to better counter north korean threats. the military submitted the budget of about $200 million to parliament on thursday. tension on the korean peninsula remains high. it will boost spending on weapons and shelters for border islands, including yeonpyeong . the budget will also be spent on k-9 self-propelled howitzers and equipment to counter against bioweapons. on wednesday it was announced that additional funds to deploy u.s. helicopters from the north. >>> leaders have gathered around the table in washington. they are talking about the state of global finance. what do japanese representatives bring to the table? >> they are expected to be defending the country's monetary easing measures. they'll discuss credit easing taking place in industrialized countries. he's set to explain the boj's bold monetary easing policy. the goal is to pull the jap need out of deflation. >> translator: firstly, i'll explain about the current status of japan's economy to the delegates. i'll talk about the monetary easing measures we are taking which are meant to achieve the 2
insecurity. >>> south korea's defense is trying to better counter north korean threats. the military submitted the budget of about $200 million to parliament on thursday. tension on the korean peninsula remains high. it will boost spending on weapons and shelters for border islands, including yeonpyeong . the budget will also be spent on k-9 self-propelled howitzers and equipment to counter against bioweapons. on wednesday it was announced that additional funds to deploy u.s. helicopters from the north. >>> leaders have gathered around the table in washington. they are talking about the state of global finance. what do japanese representatives bring to the table? >> they are expected to be defending the country's monetary easing measures. they'll discuss credit easing taking place in industrialized countries. he's set to explain the boj's bold monetary easing policy. the goal is to pull the jap need out of deflation. >> translator: firstly, i'll explain about the current status of japan's economy to the delegates. i'll talk about the monetary easing measures we are taking which are m
of defense is currently spending $10 billion more conducting the war effort in afghanistan this year than was estimated would be necessary. from what we understand, in order to make up for this estimation the department of defense will have to pull from other funds from its base budget, which is difficult because of sequestration and the other long-term spending limits imposed by the budget control act of 2011. the problems with trying to budget and plan for a war a year in advance and how unforeseen costs can arise. at the same time a $10 billion is copulation is a little alarming. -- miss calculation is a little bit alarming. general, can you explain to us how that underestimation occurred? that we insidere u.s. forces in afghanistan under estimated $10 billion for our requirements for this year. i can assure you we have gone back and look at every dollar we have spent to make sure we have spent to good effect. we have significantly reduced the money we are spending in afghanistan. i will go back and take a look at where the projection came from and why we are in the position we are in
areas. one, financial planning going forward at the departments and number two, missile defense and our ability to defend the homeland. i want to start that much discussion about sequestration that the current budget and the department will hope fully in the month of may comply with the scots that present short-term challenges of long-term challenges. in addition, they contemplate a renew commission process going forward. i would suggest of assessing sequestration in the short-term and long-term and cannot brac process that a component should conclude consideration to the degree with which we can reduce the prance overseas, reduce bases overseas command manpower overseas, consistent with essential imperative for national security. the first question i wanted to ask secretary hagel as to what extent is the department complying with these financial pressure is our ability to drive down overseas footprints. referable to reduce overseas and here at home if it can be done consistently national security and to what extent is it apart and engaged right now in that assessment and analysis? >> t
. but this is how arraignments work. you have a defense attorney who represents the -- who represents the defendant. he asserts that he understands the charges against him. now, what is usually dealt with in an arraignment is the question of bail. is someone getting out on bail. obviously this defendant is not getting out on bail, and really the only purpose of this arraignment is to start the 30-day clock, which will lead to an indictment in the next month. >> all right, jeffrey toobin and deborah feyerick, thank you so much. we'll be right back. when we come back, we'll speak to a runner who, today, is going to finish that marathon. stay with us. at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. no company can pay to be on angie's list, so you can trust what you're reading. angie's list is like having thousands of close neighbors where i can go ask for personal recommendations. that's the idea. before you have any work done, check angie's list. from roofers to plumbers to dentists and more, angie's list -- reviews you can trust. i l
that we have provided by the department of defense. if that changes, we will have to look and see if we can accommodate that change, and if not, then we will have to say we have a requirement for resources. >> thank you very much, and i look forward to sitting down with you to look at the matrix that brought about such a change in three months, and let me just say, mr. secretary, i was not addressing the increased number of claims coming in the door, i was addressing the number of claims that are actually processed and determined, and that does not seem to be getting better. >> thank you. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i will try to ask two questions in too short a period of time. it's homelessness on the one hand, suicides on the other. how do you pick the tragedy, the worst tragedy? let me22 suicides a day. just concentrate on that for a second. you are making an enormous move in mental health, bringing in the experts and the support staff. it will take time to get that into the system and trained, too. how do you look at the general population, starting with ptsd, and as it gets into th
. but that is exactly where it belongs, according to gun lobbyist of the virginia citizens defense league. >> the second amendment is sacrosanct. >> you hold thup sign whenever i make a suggestion that you think is infringing upon your second amendment rightses, okay? >> okay. >> assault weapon ban. boom, there it is. increased background checks. really? >> yes. >> just for background checks? >> we don't do background checks for the first amendment. >> okay, so let's just try this one, nice and easy. >> sure. >> a mandatory one-hour waiting period if you buy a gun. >> why-- why-- ( bleep ). >> unless i can see a reason. no, i can't think of anything they support because at the end of the day, none of it works. >> exactly, gun control does not work. what if hypothetically speaking, gun control could work-- which obviously it can't so we know it won't so that's not a problem, but what if it did. >> when was that? >> australia. yes, australia inspect in 1996, a conservative prime minister john howard instituted sweeping gun control laws following a mass shooting that shocked the nation. so should we be lea
of the defense budget. this program is singular in terms of its costs and the way it has been structured. attribute maytive not be all the radars and sensors and missiles and stealth technology and supersonic speeds. it may well be the way it has been designed to avoid budget cutters in washington. on c-e sunday at 8:00 span's "q&a." >> in a few moments, the commander of u.s. and international forces in afghanistan testifies on capitol hill. in about two and a half hours, a news conference on the investigation of the treatment of detained suspected terrorists. after that, a hearing on the federal -- the president house budget request. filmmaker ken burns his latest project. the commander of u.s. and international forces in afghanistan says he needs to see how afghan forces perform before making any recommendations on the future of foreign troop levels. and general joseph dunn furred was before the committee -- dunford was before the committee for two and half hours. -- two and a half hours. >> all set? good morning, everybody. before we begin, i want to take a moment to reflect on the tr
array to include a sophisticated air defense capability, depending who is operating in. a no-fly zone would not be without cost. >> even though the best testified he could with cruise missiles and within the patriot missiles in the right place is that we could establish a no-fly zone. >> patriot missiles i'm getting out of my league. that is essentially a point weapon. the theory is you could position patriot missiles outside of syria and somehow provide security outside the zone, given the nature of the pastry about then, which is not an area of a project or would be tough. >> and what's fascinating is now you are saying instead of the joint chiefs of staff that it has deteriorated so much that you now have questions whether we should supply weapto rebels are not, which the argues we shod have supplied them back ommended coing to published reports well heta o state, as well as the chairman of the joint chiefs f staff. it's remarkable. see you in the administration figure and say we don't know where the weapons are going. maybe if we help the people of writing from the beginning befor
week, we have a team led by the secretary of defense to work through this issue. this is not a new issue. i don't have the decision about the disposition of those the detainee's as we approach 2014. >> what would be the risk of not agreeing to a plan for these detainees? >> these people have to be kept behind bars. i don't know what the legal framework would be. an afghans have moved to evidence-based process for detention operations and will use a conflict from work. i'm not sure the afghan process would allow us to keep those third country natch -- nationals detained beyond 2014. we would have to look at that closely. >> thank you. mentioned 350,000 afghan forces which would not be the police force but the other forces? >> that is the aggregate of the police and the army left the afghan local police. three of 52,000 with the afghan uniformed police, the army, the border police and over that number, right now, is the afghan local police which are approved for a level of 30,000. >> how big a problem does attrition continued to be? >> it is a significant challenge. we have nearly 30
something like this. that is the breakdown. i am sure siblings have more than an inkling. is defense lawyer accused his sister of setting a fire. and that is the colossal failure of behavior like this to continue. the debate could have stopped. if they hadn't gotten the dna sample, took them in for interrogation. if he hadn't got the dna sample they might never have gotten it. it was given voluntarily and we have to give it back and dropped the first swap. no dna record, they didn't introduce that automatically to get a felony in the back. wouldn't have got him on esperanza alone. the book points that out. yes, everybody feels that, if you want to blame that. listen when she says this. >> as far as the rest of us i can speak -- doesn't matter how they are set for us, just another ignition source, do anything different. and mark was the second, and we walked the fire line to gather, always in front of me, 20 years you have been out, even held the ball for the cross and stood with the cross and talked about this, was an arson fire, the winds are coming, i wonder if we will get a good one in,
the department of defense would have answers to your questions on this matter. >> bill: here is how ridiculous that question really is the u.s.a. is fighting a war, a war in afghanistan in every war, collateral damage happens. civilians are killed. there is no way to prevent it. it is not u.s. policy to target civilians in afghanistan. in fact, we go out of our way not to. everybody knows that. yet, this woman has the nerve at a white house press conference to equate military battlefield action with the bombing of civilians of boston. very disturbing. but here is something even provocative, former nbc news anchor tom broekhoff apparently putting some of the motivation for the boston bombings on his own country. >> i think we also have to examine the use of drones. the united states is involved in and there are a lot of civilians who are innocently killed in a drone attack in pakistan and afghanistan and in iraq and i can tell you having spent a lot of time over there, young people will come up to me on the streets and say we love america, but if you harm one hair on the head of my sister, i wi
defense ministry has reacted to this, maintaining the line that any military provocation would not be just. it would be illegal and there would be a thorough and sterner response from the south korean military from any such action. if you read the last line of the statement from the supreme commander, there is perhaps some light in terms of talks. the south koreans have said no fault -- so far as north korea has rejected the request for talks. they said if they truly want dialogue and negotiations, they should apologize for all hostile acts. potentially maybe in a few day'' time we may see talks, particularly about the future of the apparently closed industrial complex were 200 south korean workers remain. to go south korea says they will inject more than 15 billion into the economy. says it willorea inject more than 15 billion into the economy. the money will be used to create jobs, build the stagnant real estate market and cover a tax revenue shortfall. pakistan's former president will not be allowed to run for the national assembly in upcoming elections. he had been cleared to campaign
from the c.i.a. into the defense department? >> no. there has been a proposal that's been reported that kind of over time, they're going to transfer the control of the program from the c.i.a. to the defense department. but what we believe is going to still be allowed is the c.i.a. will still have responsibility for finding what's called finding and fixing the enemy. so basically it is locating who the target is and then basically getting them into the cross hairs. but then the decision on actually firing the missile would be at the defense department. which is an important change but it also means the c.i.a. would retain a role. now, what we've also been told, this may be something that will take some time, possibly even a couple of years because the c.i.a. wants to retain control over drone strikes in pakistan which is where most of the drone strikes are happening. >> bill: do we know questions about the drones, i think it is a very troubling situation on so many levels but let's start with -- is this an act of war? >> well, that's -- it should be. >> bill: if so, then who makes t
is the republicans choose badly. >> exactly. even in states where they are on defense. democrats are definitely playing defense this year. they got to play a little offense in 2012, they're not so lucky this year. 2016 looks great for them if they want to wait that long. but they have to hope in a place like alaska, for example, there could be a competitive primary where the quote/unquote wrong candidate comes out so that you get a situation by 2010 where the weaker candidate wins a republican primary giving a democrat a chance to hold a tough seat. >> ifill: if you are a second-term president about to enter the lagging days of your power and you are losing people in your party in the senate, what do you do about that? how does the president begin to position himself so that he's going to complete this advantage. he has all these big legacy-making domestic issues lining up. >> well, he has to there's not much he can don't do about some of these. but for so many red state democrats, this is the great irony, whether they're running as incumbent or for an open seat they'll spend their entire campa
suggested the united states would reduce our missile defense system in asia for exchange -- in exchange for chinese help with north korea. it seems to me even though we are being threatened by nuclear attack by the north korean government, first of all is that an accurate statement? if so, explain that if you would. >> no. not an accurate statement. i think it was corrected while i was over there. there was reporting to that effect. what i -- there was no offer, no deal, no contemplation of it. what i did say publicly and i'll say it again, is that the president took specific deployment steps of missile defense in direct response to north korea. and it stands to reason that if the north korean threat disappears, there would be a logical question of whether or not that same level of deployment is necessary. all i stated was a sort of fact based on the rationale of the deployment itself. >> do you think that the united states should give aid to north korea of some type to temper their saber rattling, which they seem to do, about this time every year? >> no. >> all right. thank you for tho
with the department of defense and others to address last year the department of treasury to qualify that as a hardship from the hamp program. you're racing another great exam how there can be a general consumer problem, the issue of tenants who are renting who can be affected by some of these problems that -- great example is when congress dealt with the fact that tenants can be ousted from their place they're living because the landlord is foreclosed upon even though the tenant may not know anything about that and they fine their belongings on the street. for the military, again, this particular instance has to do -- can do with change of station ordered or can do with, as you say, trying to improve your housing for lesser cost. so, if congress is going to lock that issue, we'd be happy to supply the experience that we have seen from around the country. that of, of course, a judgment for you all to make but it's another outstanding example how you can have general consumer issues ask then translate them into the military context but they are sharpened or aggravated the the situatio
defense ministers have already begun consideration of the size and mission for a post-2014 force in afghanistan. one factor that will influence that decision is the size and capacity of the afghan security forces. in this regard, the recent decision by nato defense ministers to support maintaining the afghan security forces at the current 352,000 through 2018, rather than reducing the support to a level of 230,000, as previously planned, is the right thing to do. it sends an important signal of our continued commitment to a safe and secure afghanistan and make it feasible for us to have a smaller u.s. and coalition presence after 2014. the greatest challenge to afghanistan's security is not the taliban, but the pakistan- based sanctuaries for militant extremists, launching cross border attacks into afghanistan. pakistan has said it supports a stable and secure afghanistan. but its actions belie its words. the u.s.-pakistan relationship will not be normalized so long as those extremists safe havens exist on pakistani territory. another large challenge to a stable afghanistan is th
workers. absolutely zero. and defense officials may drop the furloughs entirely. homeland security has not furloughed anyone, and it has not cut overtime. so the exact impact is zero. the "washington post" gives away pinocchio's for lying. tonight we are giving dunce caps away, and we will continue to do this. elected officials to make egregiously silly statements. we think our elected officials should be so honored and noted. so we are going to award this to acquire tonight. and he earned it. i think you would agree. fellow democrat, a year from california, the head of the house democratic caucus today warned that the sequester cuts undermine the ability of our cities to respond to terrorist attacks. listen to this. >> so, when those first responders did such a phenomenal job yesterday in boston, chances are the mayor in boston is now having to figure out how to cover for the extra cost involved in having so many people out there for security and emergency medical assistance responding because they get paid so he is now probably getting money from some other part of his budget, the co
did. he we reporters were very defensive in saying we the public have a right to take pictures of people. >> on public property, absolute gli. >> when you go too people's homes, that's another story. these cameras are in public. if you are outdoors today. you have to assume you may be photographed. >> all right. so you don't have any problem with this? >> it creeps me out. it can be abused. the idea of the government monitoring people is is a little creepy. alabama state troopers were caught zooming in on women's buttocks and passing them around to their friends and putting that on cable tv. >> bill: there can be abuses, obviously. they have got cameras now in new york state all over the place to see if you jump a light or something like that. and those are actually causing accidents because people are slamming on the brakes because they don't want the camera to pick you up. there are unintended consequences to this massive camera society that we're building up. as they get smaller and cheaper now they are talking about software where can measure like someone leaves a bag in a
of defense. we built a strengthened homeland security enterprise and a more secure america, better to face the challenges we face. the president'sle budget allows us to build on the progress by preserving core front line operations priorities. at the same time, given the current fiscal environment, this is the third straight year that our budget requests reflects a deduction from the previous year. our request is $800 million below the f.y. 2013 enacted budget. our mission has nod changed and we continue to face evolving threats. we've become more strategic how we use these resources. this is coupled with a unprecedented with a fiscal discipline that has led to $4 billion in cost reductions over the past four years in a process we call efficiency review. before i get to the nuts and bolts of the budget i want to talk about sequestration. >> excuse me. can i ask you to pause a little bit longer. if you could pause for a moment dub. we want to get this quarum ieve we have a .nd if i can find -- here we go i would like to take this opportunity to conduct a brief business meeting -- to consi
at a cost of $12 billion. the official position of taiwan's ministry of national defense remains committed to procuring those submarines from the u.s. however, as the u.s. stopped making these diesel submarines many years ago, the sale has been stalled. i know we worked with france and some of our allies on this. could you advise what the current status of this submarines being acquired by taiwan is? and finally, you don't necessarily have to comment on this. if you'd like to you can, but former -- but the former president languishes today in a jail cell in taiwan. to me it smacks of the criminalization of politics. . stoot extent this administration communicates with the president i urge you to urge president mah to do the humanitarian thing, president chen's health is failing. i now yield to you, thank you. >> thank you, congressman. i appreciate it. i'll take that and just follow up on it. let me see what we can do about that. on burma, you are absolutely correct. there will be bumps in the road. i hope not big ones. obviously things are happening today that were unimaginable a few year
. the defense in the trial of a philadelphia abortion doctor did not begin its case as scheduled today. the defense attorney game ill and went to the hospital. attorney jack mcmahon apparently was suffering from pneumonia last week. dr. kermit gosnell is accused of murdering one woman and seven babies born alive. he says he is not guilty. we will continue to follow the case. terror charges in boston and a new plot in canada. we'll talk about all of it with the special edition of fox all-stars when we return. ♪ [ lighter flicking ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where giving up isn't who you are. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting
the daily beast that the drone program will move from the cia to the defense department. that could increase accountability and transparency. the president also responded by saying this at the state of the union. >> i will continue to engage congress to ensure not only that our targeting, detention and prosecution of terrorists remains consistent with our laws and system of checks and balances. but that our efforts are even more transparent to the american people and to the world. >> but it looks like that effort is not getting very far. the administration refused to even send a witness to testify and answer questions at today's hearings. the chair of the hearing told us the legal and policy questions surrounded targeted killings require a public debate. once again, it looks like a debate the white house would rather skip. joining us now to discuss the government's obligation to defend the nation and the constitution is dan clydeman who has been all over the story and wrote a definitive account of the evolving detention policies. kill or capture, the war on terr terror. and chief foreign cor
decreased spending more than 500% and china's defense budget is now the second largest in the u.s. >>> three teenage boys accused of sexually assaulting a teenage student who later committed suicide will be in court. the boys are accused of sexually assaulting audrie pott while she was drunk and passed out at a party last year. during a news conference, the boys wrote crude messages on her daughter's body after the attack then e-mailed and texted photos. audrie pott committed suicide eight days later and she said she had been bullied for years. >> i she said i can't do this, i have been here for two years and i can't do it anymore. >> reporter: the parents want to sue the boys and they want them to be tried as adult. the attorneys representing the boys say the information is inaccurate. later today the judge will decide whether they will stay in custody or be released to their parents. >>> investigators say a man was allowed inside an apartment on 10th street by claiming he was a plumber and police say he molested the girl inside the apartment and when the girl started screaming a family mem
intelligence and it should become an integral part of our civil defense. do you think you have to acknowledge that and in a sense, activate that in some form better from capitol hill? are we spending our resources in this country in the right place? >> i think we have to do more to encourage as has been done in new york, if they see something, say something and also urge and encourage the local community to speak out whenever they see anything that's out of the ordinary, even if it involves people of their own ethnic group and their own religion and their own persuasion. if they see something report it because it will come out of these local communities. >> i think there should be more direction on that. i think if more funding is necessary, absolutely, and they worry too much about political correctness and we have to get the message out and we also, though, i think, have to be telling local police and if we have to provide more funding at the federal level for them to build up their own intelligence unit and not just rely on the federal government and that's at the federal level. >> congres
of defense chuck hagel has not seen evidence to link the bombings to terror groups. scrutiny turns to the fbi who reportedly questioned the older brother tamerlan in 2011 at the request of a foreign government. this is so interesting. of russia. the fbi told the a.p. despite interviewing him and relatives they did not find any activity. the agency dropped the ball. richard, i wonder if there is going to be a lot of questions and maybe even hearings out of this or what comes to mind just knowing those basic facts? >> there probably will be hearings of the fbi whether it learned more or could have done more. critics say that is monday morning quarterbacking. it ought to be about what we were talking about, what can we do to prevent or identify young people who are radicalized and how did we respond and how what did we learn about lockdowns. as the military would say it ought not to just focus on fbi. it's much bigger and much broader. we have to learn a lot from this. the reason is this is not a one off. this type of low, if you will, granular terrorism, a couple of people and not talking about
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where i can't see. being asked to back up more. the officers take a defensive position even though it appears the person who's down is not threatening, but remember, there's a lot of concern here about somebody who might have an ied strapped to them. that would be a bomb. they are pushing us back and i think they are doing it for our safety as much as clearing the scene here. >> kerry, hope you are safe. hang up if you want. >> i'm fine. we're moving in a position. it's fine. >> where are you in connection to the area where we believe authorities were focusing? >> so where i was was five blocks -- try to work this out. five blocks sou. this would be five blocks, not even five blocks. this would be two blocks -- okay. these officers are not kidding around. hang on a second. i want to get my bearings before we have a real problem. they are trying to do their jobs and we want to respect that. >> i can't emphasize enough that please put your safety as a priority. >> okay. they are pushing us further back now. so, okay. so this would be two blocks down from u.s. army material technology
, i should note, an american citizen. with more, robert shock is a criminal defense attorney and quiche -- heaven is a federal prosecutor. igate to see both of you. bob, a lot of people are calling for the death penalty. we are far away from that decision. but in federal court, does it matter where the case takes place -- in massachusetts or elsewhere? >> no, absolutely not. if the charges are lodged of using a weapons of mass destruction to murder american citizens, they can seek the death punishment. it's up to the department of justice. but boston or any other venue would be able to do that. >> jamie: you can guess how the jury pool will feel about this? >> right. that's all over the country, not just boston. this is a very serious case, especially whenw what our country has been through in the. >> jamie: you both agree it should be in a civilian court t. seems to be that's the direction it's going, not a military tribunal. he may not be in a condition to be asked any questions. but is anything off limits? >> at this point, they for using the public safety exception. but i
talk about kaysix, it was a distinct national security of security defense. this will have national security consequences says it looks like an active international terror, right now what is going on, domestic law enforcement operation. but we need to see. i mean, they have been in the country ten years. your question about the new radicalized. they may have already been radicalized and they get here. maybe not in the islamic way, but perhaps that sets in way. the unanswered question. stuart: a half to take one of those commercial breaks. we thank you very much for being with us. thank you. back in a moment. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day afr day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn ithe first place! [ male annncer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur stuart: quickly, financial news of the day. the dow jones industrial average is down 45 points because ibm is falling out of bed. a huge drop. a big stock, dow stock, dragging the ov
-innocents? is that a defense of the right wing terrorism? where did you even make up that fact from? it's not even true, right? others say duffle bag means american. >> that's what i thought when i heard the slow cooker, it sounds like an american thing. we don't know this ricin thing is related. they never caught the guy who did it before, accused the wrong guy for years, two of the wrong people. >> it could be the same? after 9/11, the guy you're referring to michael the f.b.i. finally said after someone died, we thought it was him. they had already had an investigation, they thought maybe he committed suicide because of the investigation. it was just a random professor who was a weirdo who followed sorority girls. was it really him? who knows. >> i think i read a pretty convincing -- too. you have the unabomber. there's a long history of domestic american terrorists who don't claim responsibility right away and do this stuff for years before they get caught. richard jewell, that was blamed on him and it was this other guy completely. cenk: that turned out to be erik rudolph. >> i haven't read enough, but i
have learned, the defense department is calls it an act of terror. >> reporter: the president is scheduled to travel to boston on thursday and attend an interfaith service as police and other law enforcement remain on high alert. >>> the stories of those who died are coming to light. those killed include an 8-year- old, martin richards. he was a spectator at the race along with his parents, father and sister. also killed crystal campbell of arlington. she's being remembered for her generous spirit. crystal had been going to watch the marathon since she was a little girl. the third victim was a gradual student. she was from china. the consulate refused to release her name at the request of her family. crystal's mother struggled with her emotions as she remembered a woman who was full of life. >> she was always smiling. i can't believe this is happening. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: third grader martin richard recently celebrated his first communion. richard's mother and younger sisters are also hospitalized tonight.
was still in flux. >> this is a cowardly act, given what we have learned, the defense department is calls it an act of terror. >> reporter: the president is scheduled to travel to boston on thursday and attend an interfaith service as police and other law enforcement remain on high alert. >>> the stories of those who died are coming to light. those killed include an 8-year- old, martin richards. he was a spectator at the race along with his parents, father and sister. also killed crystal campbell of arlington. she's being remembered for her generous spirit. crystal had been going to watch the marathon since she was a little girl. the third victim was a gradual student. she was from china. the consulate refused to release her name at the request of her family. crystal's mother struggled with her emotions as she remembered a woman who was full of life. >> she was always smiling. i can't believe this is happening. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: third grader martin richard recently celebrated his first communion. richard's mother an
into a panic and that's what we hope to avoid through this elaborate system of defenses we erected since then, the protection we give our postal workers. the existence of these remote facilities where letters and packages and that are suspicious can be inspected with safety. we have a whole variety of mechanisms now meant to protect the public and restore confidence in the mail and our transportation network and our ability to carry on as a calm, civilized society. what we saw in boston after the response, the first respondsers, the fact that these letters have not gotten through should reassure america even though bad stuff will continue to happen the nation is not without defenses. -- is the most important thing, one of our most important weapons against mass terror. jon: let's bring into the conversation, former u.n. ambassador john bolton. also a fox news contributor now. judy says we're a civilized society, ambassador, but we are also a society that, well, is open and this kind of thing can happen especially to people in high-profile positions. from your own experience how worried have y
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